John Cena recently dipped his finger into the world of books when he released his first children's book "Elbow Grease" this year.
On Wednesday, the price appeared on the YouTube channel Brightly Storytime and read his book while he was practicing his often ridiculed new hairstyle.
The story revolves around a monstrous truck called Elbow Grease, which is working on a demolition derby alongside its older and more capable brothers.
In the story of never giving up (Price slogan in the last years of his career), Elbow Grease continues to compete and completes a race full of larger trucks.
The price was last seen in the wrestling wrestling ring at the Super Show-Down event in Melbourne, Australia at the beginning of October. He was booked to take part in the Crown Jewel event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on November 2, but he withdrew from earlier days due to the controversy surrounding the event.
Although its schedule has been significantly shortened over the last year, the price stated in an interview for ESPN that its future in WWE is far from complete.
"I'm still far from the WWE," Price said. "WWE will always be my home, but in this present state of affairs with all the other cool things that are going on, it's fun to try, it's a great time to take a chance and I'm eternally grateful to WWE and its audience for bringing me to this point, I feel realize that I will not be without them and I will never forget them, I promise as soon as I have any stoppage, like when I was in the Great Royal Rumble and a series of shows that I made before WrestleMania, at any time free time, which I will get, will not be free, it will be released at my home in WWE. "
The price also explained why in recent months he abandoned his usual hairstyle in the military style.
"I had to grow it to the role and try to manage it as best as they design it differently on the set, they asked me to develop it and I said no problem," Price said in an interview with Jimmy Fallon. "I went to China, so the last time I saw me, I had a traditional short crew, and now I'm back and this wax ball is on my head, so now everyone is saying," Man, you ruined my childhood. "
"Either I came back and struggled in Australia and I was really hit by a serious negative attitude," he added.